metternich metternich  /ˈmɛ tər nɪtʃ/


  • (n) Austrian statesman (1773-1859)


  • SPORTS HISTORY COMMENTARY - The Weikal, Metternich, Melvin triangle

    The late Mike Royko, noted watchdog columnist from Chicago, once said he never messed up a good story with facts. I believe in that philosophy, too. Here are some facts about this story: E. Ketner Weikal coached at Ashland high school for 16 years; Ben H Metternich was manager of the Marathon Paper Mill in Ashland from 1931 until 1956 and Roy Melvin coached in Hurley for 19 years. Those are ...
    on August 31, 2013     Source: The Ashland Daily Press


  • John Kerry, the Democratic presidential candidate in 2004, said that he found insights from going "backward to Disraeli and Metternich and forward to Henry Kissinger."
    on Aug 29, 2008 By: John Kerry Source: New York Times

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